I am not asserting increased bump steer. I’m pointing out that changing tie rod length does not address the underlying cause of bump steer introduced when a car is lowered.
My mistake jmason-just seemed like that was part of the conversation here in relation to the whiteline kit, but I guess you meant more generally speaking.
I actually am not experiencing any bumpsteer. I've done lots of testing on roads both smooth and bumping and putting the wheel straight then just letting it go. Car drives straight in both conditions for what I'd consider a significant amount of time (20 seconds or so on a straight road) without any inputs on my end.
Obviously this isn't the most scientific way, but I'm also not pro racing and have a bump steer gauge or anything like that.
Good to hear. Sounds like a good mod considering the price/performance ratio. I am not really interested in increasing swaybar rates, so this might be the ticket to take out a bit of roll while adding Neg camber.
You seem pretty pleased with them...